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8.1 Unixplorian Collectors Hall of Fame

8.2 Resources for Collectors

8.2.1 How-To Guides

8.2.2 The History of Collecting

8.2.3 Collecting in Popular Culture

8.2.4 The Psychology of Collecting

9.0 Collectioseum

9.1 About

9.2 What is a Curiosity Cabinet?

9.3 Privacy Policy

9.4 Contact

10.0 Creativum

10.1 About

10.2 Galleries

10.2.1 Unixplorian Artists

10.2.2 International Artists

10.3 Catalog

10.4 Blog

10.5 Contact

11.0 Unixplorian Museum of Motion Pictures

11.1 About

11.1.1 Contact

11.1.2 Privacy Policy

11.2 Favorite Labels

11.2.1 88 Films

11.2.2 Arrow Films

11.2.3 Fabulous Films

11.2.4 Njuta Films

11.2.5 Shameless Screen Entertainment

11.2.6 Vinegar Syndrome

11.2.7 Shout Factory

11.2.8 Studio Canal

11.2.9 Studio S Entertainment

11.3 Collections

11.3.1 Autographs

11.3.2 Movies Action Adventure Animation Comedy Documentary Drama Family Fantasy Horror Mystery Romance Science Fiction Thriller War Western

11.3.3 Soundtracks

11.4 Encyclopedia Cinemania

11.4.1 Actors - Female

11.4.2 Actors - Male

11.4.3 Directors

11.5 Regent Theater

11.6 We Love

11.6.1 Batman

11.6.2 James Bond Bond Girls

11.6.3 Midsomer Murders

11.6.4 The X-Files

11.7 In Loving Memory

11.8 Gallery

11.9 Contact

12.0 The Royal Philatelic Collection

12.1 About

12.1.1 Privacy Policy

12.2 Contact

12.3 Countries

12.4 Philatelic Terms

13.0 Unixplorian Tintin Museum

13.1 About

13.2 Collections

13.2.1 Books and Stationary

13.2.2 Figures

13.2.3 Key Chains

13.2.4 Merchandise

13.2.5 Movies

13.2.6 Mugs and Kitchenware

13.2.7 Pins

13.2.8 Posters

13.2.9 Stamps

13.2.10 Textiles

13.2.11 Vehicles

13.3 Icones

13.4 Imaginary Museum

13.5 The Adventures of Tintin

13.5.1 Tintin's World in Maps

13.5.2 Tintin Characters in Different Languages 

13.6 Tintin's Philatelic Adventures

13.7 Gallery

13.8 Wishlist


15.1 Astrobiology

15.1.1 The Birth and Evolution of the Universe

15.1.2 The Birth, Evolution, and Extinction of Life

15.1.3 Notes on Delsemme's Our Cosmic Origins, Chapter 9

15.2 Botany

15.3 Cryptozoology

15.3.1 Storsjöodjuret - The Great Lake Monster

15.3.2 Cryptozoology. A Brief Overview

15.4 Education

15.4.1 Paradigm Shifts in Swedish Education

15.4.2 Pupils with Difficulties

15.4.3 To Spark an Interest in Science. An Educational Consideration

15.5 Film History

15.5.1 Projects Midsomer Murders

15.5 History

15.5.1 Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie as a Writer of History

15.5.2 Nationalism and State Building in the 19th Century

15.5.3 Renaissance Man. A Historical Illusion?

15.5.4 Laughter and the People. An analysis of Michail Bachtin's Ideas

15.5.5 Objectivity in History. A Realistic Endeavor?

15.5.6 The Annales School in Historical Research

15.5.7 Norbert Elias' View on Medieval Man and Society

15.5.8 The Daily Lives of the Common People During the Renaissance

15.6 Intellectual History

15.6.1 The Greek philosophers. An intellectual history.

15.6.2 The dualist philosophy of Plato.

15.6.3 Europe and the others. Exotism in early-modern Europe.


15.6 Languages

15.6.1 Odin and the Runes. An Investigation of the Magical Meaning of the Runes in Norse Mythology. 

15.6.2 What is Dialect? Examples from the South-Smolandian Dialect. 

15.6.3 A Stylistic Analysis of a Newspaper Article.

15.7 Library Science

15.7.1 Information Literacy. Theoretical and Practical Definitions

15.7.2 Activities in the School Library – A Study of how School Librarians Prioritize School Library Activities according to Social Identity

18.8 Literature

15.8.1 The Romantic Age and the Baroque Period: An Analytical Review of the Literature

15.8.2 Literary Themes among Swedish Romanticists

15.8.3 Medieval Literary Genres. A Comparative Overview

15.8.4 Crime and Punishment. An Analysis

15.8.5 Jean Racine's Phèdre

15.8.6 Hölderlin and Shelley. The Poetry of the Romantic Era

15.8.7 Women in Literature

15.8.8 An Analysis of Victoria Benedictsson's Money

15.9 Micropatrology

15.9.1 Map - Micronations of the World

15.10 Museology

15.10.1 Yngve Löwegren's Curiosity Cabinets of Natural History in Sweden during the 18th Century. A Contribution to the History of Zoology

15.10.2 Carl Linnaeus as a Natural History Collector. Ethical Views on Natural History Collecting in the 1700s

15.10.3 Carl Linnaeus and Natural History Collecting. A Study of the Use, Political Background, and Social Context During the Age of Liberty

15.10.4 Analyzing Susan M. Pearce's book Museums, Objects, and Collections

15.10.5 Analyzing Werner Muensterberger's book Collecting - An Unruly Passion

15.10.6 Analyzing Oliver Impey's and Arthur MacGregor's book The Origins of Museums

15.11 Religion

15.11.2 Reflections Was Jesus Jewish? Christian Nationalism or Worshipping the Ego

15.12 Stronghaven Observatory

15.13 Unixplorian Scholars' Hall of Fame


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24.3 Pinterest

24.4 YouTube

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